Looking to sell my 2013 Mustang
GT with 29k miles (manual transmission). This car has been adult owned (never raced and no burnouts). Its in grabber blue, which is a hard to find color on the GT's - I flew up to Buffalo NY to find this color. The car is the base model, with the only options being the tech package (i.e., illuminated mirror, sync, and adjustable driver seat) and 3.73 gears.
I love this car and will definitely miss it (I love grabber blue), but since my other car hasn't sold (also listed on this forum for sale) I'm going to try selling this one instead.
Powerwise.. other than a borla s-type axle back exhaust, its stock. Here's a clip of the car at start-up:
For the interior, I've installed:
-the dash from the premium model (silver metallic - gives a retro two-tone look)
-the illuminated doorsills from the premium model - they're not wired into the car, but they still look great and reflect the interior dome light at night. But they could be wired to the dome light to light up in various colors at night.
-the door panels off the boss mustang (the boss door panels look much classier with cloth inserts and metal door handles).
For the suspension, I've installed:
-Koni Orange Shocks
-BMR street lowering springs (1.5 inches lower all around - it handles like a sports car now yet still rides very soft)
-J&M camber/caster plates (allows the alignment to be adjusted after lowering)
-Steeda Panhard bar and panhard bar brace (needed to adjust the rear end after lowering the car - also firms up the rear of the car).
Note: I'll also include the stock shocks/springs in case you want to go back to stock.
-boss 302 strut tower brace
Exterior, I've installed:
-Cervini Cobra R hood (see comment below)
-35% window tint on the sides and back.
-19 inch AMR charcoal wheels with Pirelli P-Zero all season tires (only 6k miles on them).
-New stoptech slotted rotors and brake pads (I really didn't need new brakes but some shady mechanics had me convinced my old pads and rotors were bad so I changed them out).
I believe in full disclosure, so the reason for the hood replacement was because someone vandalized my hood last year and no factory replacement hoods were available. That said, the cobra R hood is actually better in my opinion than the stock hood as it vents hot air out through vents in the rear of the hood instead of through vents in the middle of the hood. With this design there is also no rain/water issues with the cervini hood. While with the stock hood you always have to worry about getting water all over the engine every time it rains or you wash the car (they say this isn't an issue but it always bothered me). Furthermore, it just looks real aggressive and attracts a lot of attention.
Also, last year someone backed into me in a parking lot damaging the front, so the front bumper has been replaced too. On the bright side, this means the whole front end has been professionally re-painted, so there is little to no road rash/rock chips on the car now.
I also have pictures documenting of all the damage and records of the repairs if you're concerned/interested.
Asking $24,500 obo. Please no tire kickers or low-ballers. I'm not in any rush to sell my car.